Accentuate the positive

Fenyvesi, Charles
July 1993
U.S. News & World Report;7/26/93, Vol. 115 Issue 4, p22
Speculates that the `Messages of the Day' sent out by the Clinton White House to Democratic leaders throughout the country are beginning to sound like a combination of Leo Buscaglia, Richard Simmons and Norman Vincent Peale. Last week's offering on promoting the president's budget plan said in part, `you'll find that the middle class isn't buying--they've already had enough, thank you...Now go forth and spread the good news.'


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